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US FEDERAL TAXATION DISPARITIES IN INDIAN COUNTRY

Published: January 26, 2013, Author: AngelSupport

This is the sixth report of the Good Government Research Group at the Center for World Indigenous Studies. These Reports are are produced at the request of American Indian government officials.In this Report we found:American Indian and Alaskan native populations pay 97% in the form of taxes $8.1 billion of the US government’s spending ($8.4 billion) on grants and contracts for Indian services and Indian Affairs.Taxes paid by Indian nations to the US government, state governments and county governments significantly favor the United States and disadvantage Indian governments struggling to fund their governments and provide services to their populations.

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